Tolarian Community College now offers videos in builds every type of EDH / Commander mana base for Magic: The Gathering decks!
How To Build a 2 Color Mana Base: https://youtu.be/MDc4v7sDaQY
How To Build a 3 Color Mana Base: https://youtu.be/ifig4xSp0kA
How To Build a 4 Color Mana Base: https://youtu.be/5DSddyFCqPk
How To Build a 5 Color Mana Base: https://youtu.be/UleH4wxzONA
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Special thanks to this video’s professional consultant, Bennie Smith!
Bennie Smith has been writing professionally about Magic for 20 years, and he’s been writing about EDH/Commander for 12 years. He’s written the authoritative book about the format, The Complete Commander, which you can find along with his columns about Commander every week at Starcitygames.com!
Weekly Column: http://www.starcitygames.com/articles/tags/BennieSmith
The Complete Commander: http://www.starcitygames.com/content/completecommander/
Music Courtesy Of:
“Take A Chance” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Building a Commander deck is a complex and ever-evolving process, and making sure your mana works correctly can be daunting. I’ve produced other video guides to help with building multicolor mana bases, but if you’re interested in building a Commander deck that’s only a single color, this video will help get you started by giving you a rock-solid mana base.
If you have not already seen my videos explaining what the commander format is, how to construct your first commander deck, or how to choose your commander, you may do so here, here, and here. Please note this video is meant both as a guide for players who do not know where to begin building their mana base or for players having difficulty with their existing mana base. It is not meant as the final and only word on the subject. Quite the opposite— commander is a format with a multitude of options. This video is simply meant to help those who need it, not to dictate hard or absolute rules.